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Fine Arts Alumni News
Music Therapy Celebrating 60 Years at OHIO | Save the DateJanuary 22, 2020
You're invited to a day-long event including a keynote address from Lisa Gallagher, current research program manager at the Arts and Medicine Institute at the Cleveland Clinic.Read More
The Athena Cinema Presents The MET Opera Live in HD, Full 2019-2020 SeasonOctober 4, 2019
Athen's own arthouse cinema and the College of Fine Arts are excited to announce the The Met: Live in HD 2019-2020 Season at the Athena Cinema presented by The Ohio University Performing Arts Series with support from George Weckman & Arts for OHIO.Read More
Recent Acquisitions: exhibition features storytelling through practices of collectingSeptember 30, 2019Read More
Alumna Violet Patton Commits Transformational Gift to Fine Arts & EducationAugust 30, 2019Read More
Celebrating Æthelred Eldridge, Fall 2019June 18, 2019
The School of Art + Design and the College of Fine Arts celebrates the life and work of Professor Emeritus Æthelred Eldridge (1930–2018) with an exhibition, performances, alumni and community event, and exhibitions in Athens and beyond, beginning with Æthelred Eldridge Exhibition of WorkRead More
Student Explores Connections to Home: Film and Video Art in Contemporary ChinaMay 24, 2019
Doctoral student, Zhou Chao is an artist who identifies with the wanderer, the traveler, and the explorer.Read More
Interview with Alumni Jenna Altomonte: On Remote Technology and the Artist’s Response to WarMay 24, 2019
An Interview with Interdisciplinary Arts alumni, Jenna Altomonte, on her dissertation research completed in 2017 and her continued interest in technology’s impact on artists dealing with trauma firsthand and from a distance.Read More
Samba Camara on the Religious and the Secular in Senegalese Popular MusicMay 24, 2019
Camara’s Ph.D.Read More
Ephemeral Street Art of the Egyptian RevolutionMay 24, 2019
Spurred on by the momentous shift breaking out across Egypt in 2011, Kat Hammond's doctoral research positions Egyptian street artists and documentarians as an active history-making force in the revolution.Read More
Interdisciplinary Arts Class Notes (2019)May 20, 2019Read More